The Gallery in Redchurch Street
50 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DP
11 – 16 October 2011
Opening hours: 11 am – 6.30 pm daily
Private view: Thursday 13 October 6.30 – 9.30 pm
Closing Party: Sunday 16 October 1.30 to 4.30, 6.30 – 9.30 pm
Following seven well-received exhibitions of new art in print since 2005, and the highly successful LOOP at Bankside this past spring, LOOP will be exhibiting at The Gallery in Redchurch Street in October.
As an artist-led initiative highlighting the variety and vitality of contemporary print, LOOP encourages creative freedom by offering artists working in print the opportunity to show their individual subject matter in their choice of media, from the oldest print technology to the most recent digital developments. It brings together recent graduates with more established artists who have exhibited internationally, set up print studios or pursued teaching careers.
LOOP2011 will show the work of 16 artists:
Anna Alcock, Daniel Alexander, Anthony Broad, Ian Brown, Frank Dolphin, Erica Donovan, Marianne Ferm, Jane Lacy Hodge, Gail Mallatratt, Scarlett Massel, Ann Norfield, Handan Sadikoglu, Kitty Reford, Terry Steckler, John Tate and Susan Turner.
LOOP at BANKSIDE 2011
48 Hopton Street, London, SE1 9JH
19th – 25th April 2011
Opening hours: 11am – 6 pm daily
Private view: Tuesday 19th April 6.30 – 9.30 pm
LOOP, an artist-led initiative, will show recent work at Bankside Gallery in April.
LOOP exhibitions show an exciting mix of new work from a group of practicing printmakers, and demonstrate the variety and vitality of contemporary print. LOOP encourages creative freedom by offering artists who work in print the opportunity to present their individual subject matter and choice of media.
The link between the artists taking part is a background at Camberwell School of Art, one of the foremost centres for printmaking in the UK.
Started by artist John Tate in 2005, LOOP has organised yearly exhibitions of print in London, at the Menier Gallery, at Bankside Gallery (2007), at the Clifford Chance gallery in Canary Wharf, and at The Gallery in Redchurch Street (2009).